Veggie Roll Wreath | Jamie Oliver | UK | AD

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A make ahead, savoury veggie rolls that can be baked from frozen. Either arrange the whole batch in a wreath for parties, or bake a handful as you need them.

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About This Source - Jamie Oliver

Jamie Oliver is a British chef and restaurateur with a string of books, television shows and restaurants to his name.

In 1999 the BBC aired his television show The Naked Chef.

He was the owner of a restaurant chain, Jamie Oliver Restaurant Group, which opened its first restaurant, Jamie’s Italian, in Oxford in 2008.

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